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Smoke-Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Barbecue was a New World invention. And sweet potatoes and maple syrup are indigenous New World foods. Put them together and you get a s...

by Steven Raichlen


Croque Bernardin

Once you understand the principle of putting together a croquet monsieur, there’s no limit to the combinations you can come up with. The ...

by Steven Raichlen


Korean Sesame Grilled Beef with Asian Pear Dipping S...

Korean food is probably the best-kept secret in Asia. From the moment we landed in Seoul, my wife and I ate extraordinarily well. And des...

by Steven Raichlen

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Persian Chicken Salad with Pickles and Olives

Here’s a great way to use up leftover grilled chicken. I first tasted it at a fine Persian restaurant in New York called Persepolis. The ...

by Steven Raichlen


Grilled Tofu With Flame-Wilted Spinach

Fritz Sonnenschmidt is about the last guy you’d expect to grill tofu. First because of his birthplace, staunchly carnivorous Germany; the...

by Steven Raichlen


Iowa Pork Chops With Maytag Blue Cheese Butter

The Hawkeye State produces fine cattle, but as the locals know, the real specialty here is pork. An Iowa pork chop is everything you want...

by Steven Raichlen


BBQ Queens’ Parmesan Pepper Rack of Lamb

Who says Kansas City is all about smoky ribs and brisket? Not the BBQ Queens, an association of female Kansas City food professionals and...

by Steven Raichlen


Mango Grilled Chicken  

In our back yard we have a mango tree a stone’s throw from the grill. The musky fragrance of mango (think peach of the tropics) makes a g...

by Steven Raichlen


Balthazar’s Tarragon Chicken Paillards

If I had to pick a single place for Saturday lunch in Manhattan, it would be Balthazar in SoHo. This jam-packed bistro has it all: a vint...

by Steven Raichlen


Basic Beer-Can Chicken

Okay, here it is. The master recipe for the ur-beer-can chicken, the showstopper that will dazzle your family and friends. If you’ve nev...

by Steven Raichlen


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